The Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 1/2, 2010

Abstracts from Defended Doctoral and Post-Graduate Theses
SENSITIVE COMMUNICATION AND INTERACTION SKILLS FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL EDUCATION NEEDS USING THE PRINCIPLE'S OF THE ICDP PROGRAMAbstractIn the earliest stages, sensitive special educators interpret a child's activities as he or she expresses his or...
Aging Adults with Intellectual Disabilities: Perspectives on Emerging Service Concerns
AbstractWith improved general health status many adults with intellectual disabilities (ID) are living to old age, much like other adults. The World Health Organization has recognized the needs of this older population and identified the challenges they...
Asphyxia and Developmental Outcome in High Risk Infants
AbstractAsphyxia is a risk factor that is very often related to neuro-developmental issues in high risk infants and equally affects preterm and term infants, however its outcome on the developed brain differs from the outcome on the preterm brain.In...
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Comparative Analisys of Articulation and Phonology Disorders in Function of Differential Diagnosis
AbstractSound expression is the first impression of speech and language. Whatever its origin, false pronunciation is the first sign. In the early school years of developmental speech - if a language disorder appears, it is often followed by the disruption...
Educational Work in Boarding Schools
EDUCATIONAL WORK IN BOARDING SCHOOLS Risto Petrov Laura P. Gjurchinovska Natasa Stanojkovska - Trajkovska Nergis RamoThe book "Educational Work In Boarding Schools" acts as a university teaching aid for students at the Institute of Special Education...
Establishment of Paraoxonase and Arylesterase Activity of Paraoxonase 1 (Pon1) in Dependence on 55(l/m) and 192(q/r) DNA Polymorphism in Adult People with Down Syndrome
AbstractHuman serum paraoxonase 1 is a calcium-dependent esterase located on high density lipoproteins (HDL). It inhibits LDL peroxidation and hydrolysis of oxide forms of phospholipides and therefore significantly affects the development of ateroscletosis....
Opinions and Attitudes of Parents and Students for Sexual Development, Sexual Behavior and Gender Identity of Persons with Autism in the Republic of Macedonia
AbstractPersons with autism can experience severe issues during the puberty and adolescence resulting from the changes that occur in their body. People with autism are sexual beings. They have sexual needs and desires as other people. Sexual development...
Principles of the Inclusive Education and the Role of Teachers and In-School Professional Staff
AbstractAccording to the Salamanca Declaration, inclusive education is understood as a developmental approach aiming to meet the educational needs of all children, youth, and adults, emphasizing those who are subjected to marginalization and exclusion....
School for All: Manifesto of Inclusive Education
On November 12 and 13, 2009, a conference was held in Dublin by the EASPD (European Association of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities) to mark the occasion of "Salamanca - 15 years of Inclusion - Schools For All." This conference promoted...
Subjective Distress Caused by Cospeakers' Reactions - Reduction during Stationary Group Treatment-
AbstractStuttering is a disorder that represents multifunctional problem. It probably exists since the beginning of mankind. Its' frequency and severity are influenced by different factors. Among the most significant ones are the complexity of statement,...
The De-Institutionalization of Psychiatric Patients through Psyco- Social Rehabilitation
AbstractBeginning with the careful historical examination of the de-institutionalization of psychiatric hospitals in Europe, this work focuses its attention on the Italian territory and Law 180 of 1978 on psychiatric reform, which has led to the closure...
Vocational Meeting: Programs for Internationalization of University's Studies and Its Positive Effects on the Quality of the Education
On December 4th and 5th, 2009, the Faculty of Philosophy held a vocational meeting devoted to the five-year experience of learning exchanges and mobility between Psychology and Pedagogy and Faculty of Psychology at the University "Sapieza" in Rome, in...